16th International Conference will take place in Gothenburg from May 29 to June 2, 2016. The meeting brings together researchers who are on the cutting edge of development of neurochemical tools with those who are interested in adopting these techniques and would like to learn more. In the continued tradition of the meeting, we strongly encourage representation of Ph.D. students and post-doctoral fellows at the main meeting of the Monitoring Molecules community
May 26th, 2016: The final printed program and abstracts have been placed in the program section of the webpage. See you all this weekend!
April 28th, 2016: Instructions for posters: The dimensions of the poster board are PORTRAIT style. It is recommended that your poster be no larger than 118 cm high x 88 cm wide.
April 1st, 2016: The Neurochemistry Summer School will take place 2-4 June on Öckerö in the Gothenburg’s Archipelago.
January 16th, 2016: Abstract submission deadline extended for poster abstracts. We will close the final submission site on April 25th. We have about 120 abstracts for posters now, but plenty of room for more posters.
December 11th, 2015: REGISTRATION OPEN.
December 1st, 2015: Abstract submission deadline EXTENDED to January 15th, 2016.
October 2015: The committee has announced the invited Plenary speakers.
September 25th, 2015: Call for abstracts
August 15th, 2015: First call, deadline for Symposium topics
Arvid Carlsson (Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology, 2000) will give a joint lecture together with:
Elias Eriksson, Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology, Pharmacology, University of Gothenburg. Title: Aberrations in brain neurotransmitter function as a possible root of neuropsychiatric illness – which conclusions may be drawn after 60 years of research?
Anne Andrews, Neuropharmacology, Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, UCLA. Title: The Future of Monitoring Serotonin In Vivo
Astrid Linthorst, School of Clinical Sciences, Bristol University. Title: Dynamic regulation of free glucocorticoid hormones and GABA during stress and exercise
Margaret Rice, NYU School of Medicine, School of Surgery. Title: Somatodendritic Dopamine Release: Then and Now
David Sulzer, Neuroscience, Columbia University. Title: Update on fluorescent false neurotransmitters to visualize catecholamine function in brain.
Kaj Blennow, Neurochemistry, University of Gothenburg. Title: Mass spectrometry guidance to monitor protein processing in Alzheimer’s disease.